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New CLASS Research Summary

06 Aug 2014 by Ginny Vitiello

With the recent launch of our new website, we’ve also launched a new CLASS research summary. This summary reviews the research on teacher-child interactions in classrooms serving children aged zero to eight. It also discusses effective professional development to improve interactions, as well as new directions for research into teacher-child interactions.

I hope that this summary will serve as refresher for those of you already familiar with teacher-child interactions. It’s also a resource that can be shared with teachers, administrators, and policymakers who are starting to think about how teacher-child interactions fit into the bigger picture of quality in early childhood education.

The research summary can be accessed through our Research by Others page on the new website, where we highlight interesting new research findings and articles.

I hope you find it useful in your work! Please let me know your thoughts and questions in the comments.


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